In corona times phone or video calls have taken over face-to-face conversations. In the Dutch Journal Healthcare & Ethics, Tessa Smorenburg wrote the article The boundaries of digital care according to ‘Her’. Continue reading The Boundaries of Digital Care According to ‘Her’
The focus of this conference is on pressing ethical en philosophical issues that come with increased use of technologies in healthcare.
In this second edition of the series The French Voice, we present our interview with Vanessa Nurock.Continue reading The French Voice: Vanessa Nurock
A blog by Helen Kohlen
Who cares? Put short and simple sounds rather banal, but has turned out to be a missing question in current debates about future perspectives of care arrangements in Germany for the („more and more demented“) elderly. Continue reading Who cares? Caring with technology
The introduction of Barcoded Medicine Administration (BCMA) is based on the assumption that when human action is eliminated as much as possible, drug distribution becomes safer. Marcel Boonen investigated the implications of this assumption. Below the summery of his dissertation. Continue reading Nurses in space
Surveillance technologies (ST) such as video surveillance, GPS tags and movement sensors are increasingly being used in residential care for vulnerable people, even though they raise various concerns. What does morally good care with surveillance technologies entail? Continue reading Alistair Niemeijer about his PhD thesis ‘Surveilling Autonomy, Securing Care’